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The Inherited Stuff

Your home is not a museum. Many people subscribe to the unwritten rule that you're obligated to keep your grandmother's dishes, even if you don't like them, just because she used them. But maybe she never liked them either and also felt too guilty to let them go. Things don't have to become yours simply because they belonged to a relative. What you LOVE, Keep.  Toss or donate the rest, Simple--but sometimes difficult. I know. I've been there.

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